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Re: setup.pl fails in ledgersmb on squeeze when set up through apt-get install ledgersmb
- Subject: Re: setup.pl fails in ledgersmb on squeeze when set up through apt-get install ledgersmb
- From: ario <..hidden..>
- Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 09:05:52 +0000
It's in one row only.
And I agree it shouldn't be possible because I thought lsmb would check
the string entered in the Amount field and refuse it if it weren't a
I don't know what exactly was entered erroneously there and why. If it
is the string that should have been entered in the Source field, it must
have been something like 100-3658, identifying the file with the picture
taken of the receipt.
Or if more pictures are involved it might be a set of numbers like that,
separated by a slash, as in: 100-3658 / 100-3659
Maybe it might be worthwhile to check whether this kind of input would
make it past the filter which checks its validity?
On Sun, 2012-11-11 at 17:15 -0800, Chris Travers wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 7:15 AM, ario <..hidden..>
> Yes, I was restoring from a 1.2.21 backup, found the problem
> with the
> already created company/database, deleted it and
> created/pg_restored it
> Another problem was 'operator error': while creating the new
> database, I
> had created a new user with a name different from the original
> Corrected that with a psql statement:
> ALTER role 'wrong_name' NAME 'correct_name' ENCRYPTED
> And it works now!
> Thanks for your help.
> One (at least I hope I won't find any more) remaining problem:
> importing the database in 1.3, I tried to compare the balance
> but found out that in one account (asset: cash) there is one
> entry with
> an AP | Payments | Amount which is "NaN.00".
> Don't know how it got there, I probably swapped Source and
> entries while entering the payment in 1.2.21, coz the Source
> contains the Amount now.
> However, all balance sheet aggregates now say: "NaN.00".
> Yeah, I am looking into whether this is still possible in 1.3. I
> don't think it is but want to verify.
> The other accounts on the balance sheet are the same as in
> 1.2, so the
> conversion 'an sich' was successful, but the database still
> contains a
> 'NaN.00' in one AP Invoice's Payment field where it shouldn't.
> How many rows are we talking about?
> Best Wishes,
> Chris Travers
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